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There's no discharge in the war!

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aff5e1  No.661137[Reply]

Ladies and Gentlemen, we now have a new volunteer, Constantine the Great will now be moderating while im gone, he has usual volunteer powers and will be able to look after it while im gone.

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4d9200  No.661490

>>661488

Noice digits and post, m8.




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c9df93  No.480825[Reply]

Let's have a PDF thread going. Going to dump some stuff I have.

http://docdro.id/fyrncHU

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777bfb  No.661040

File: 54e74accf50116d⋯.pdf (2.6 MB, TS US CT Weapons and Ammun….pdf)

>>480825

From what I heard, spooks actually don't care that we post any of these PDFs, cause most of us are highly unlikely to do anything with any of this information.

Any how CT pdf




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91d774  No.339941[Reply]

Welcome to /k/

If you're looking for gun history, terms, the basics to gun laws, or what gun you should buy next, go here: http://amagicalplace.wikia.com/wiki/Sticky#

Other board of interest:

>>>/wrol/

Rules: https://8ch.net/k/rules.html

Check the sticky before posting.

All random questions about guns go in the QTDDTOT thread.

Please check the Catalog before posting and avoid duplicate threads.

Tripfags need not apply; see rule 7

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fb59ed  No.656279

>>655955

Thats a cute purr.




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1dd1c3  No.481251[Reply]

So we don't have multiple threads made /v/irgins asking what guns to put in their indie game or multiple threads about the HECU Marines from Half-Life let's have a cyclical thread for contained vidya discussion.

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2e42c8  No.661466

File: 7e233d3a3fae2aa⋯.jpg (461.16 KB, 828x1242, 2:3, 20190322150427-55c48728-xx.jpg)

>>661454

>multiplayer only

God dammit. Even if it is good, it can be ruined down the line. If only it could have a single player campaign and modding. That's why I am more hopeful for Ready or Not more than any other shooter out there. If this is actually good, it's a shame it's going to be something with a shelf life since multiplayer games die so fast today, especially so if the tank simulator side is any good since good tank sim games are so few and far between and the only one being a dead multiplayer game will just be salt on wounds.

>that 1980s US gear pic

Looks great. I have a fetish for the M61 Woodland pattern and M16s because of Operation Flashpoint.

To my knowledge, Estonia still uses PASGT armour with the woodland pattern as seen in this picture, but I may be mistaking it for something else.


853dab  No.661467

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>>661466

The thread is over a year old and nothing has been updated apparently, false alarm.


fb4d83  No.661479

>>661454

I mistook that game for tripwire's new shooter ’83.

But that one will probably be a rising storm 2 re-skin.


2e42c8  No.661486

>>661479

I don't think so, '83 will have ground and air vehicles and 80+ players. Could take a cut of Tripwire's pie.

Escalation appears to be really questionable at the moment since they do Patreon kikery and ask 50+ buckaroos to get access to info. Sounds like a scam tbh.


852331  No.661498

>>661486

>Sounds like a scam tbh.

Oy vey, I've notified ADL as well as my lawyers, see you in court for defamation, holocaust denial, and antisemitic harassment

>>>/vg/123719

>>>/vg/124106




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8efc25  No.661496[Reply]

I’m looking into getting a Type 24 aka Chiang Kai-Shek rifle? What can you fellas teach me about upkeep and use?



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26e679  No.661336[Reply]

https://archive.fo/eQ5rh

https://archive.fo/sCLHv

>An Army rifleman has been reprimanded after going on a ‘killing spree’ in a virtual battlefield exercise.

>In the computer game, he shot dead one of his comrades and destroyed vehicles to kill several others.

>According to defence sources, the furious squaddie from 3rd Battalion, the Rifles, got fed up with ‘playing soldiers’ on a computer screen and decided to go rogue.

>His actions amused fellow soldiers, but commanders accused him of lacking professionalism.

>A Rifles source said: ‘We’d spent two weeks sitting in front of laptops pretending we were in a really hostile urban environment – I’d challenge anyone to take it seriously for that long. All this was taking place in an office at our headquarters, when we’d rather be doing real-life soldiering outside in the fresh air. But there’s less of that sort of exercise these days because the Army has committed to Unit-based Virtual Training.

>‘We were supposed to imagine we were travelling in armoured vehicles through a really hostile built-up area; one of the lads just lost his rag and “opened fire” as it were, killing the soldier next to him. He then drove down the street deliberately smashing into cars. It’s safe to say the officers in our battalion did not find it as funny as we did.’

>After Exercise Urban Strike, the unnamed Rifleman received a dressing down from top brass and was formally charged with disobeying orders. His punishment was to spend a weekend carrying out guard duties at the 3 Rifles base at Redford Barracks in the Scottish capital.

>A Ministry of Defence spokesperson said last night: ‘We take the training of our service personnel very seriously and anyone who is disruptive to this training will receive disciplinary action. Virtual reality training programmes are able to deliver greater flexible training and replicate complex scenarios allowing for rapid experimentation, development of tactics and ability to test new vehicles in multiple environments.’Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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313cd0  No.661485

>>661336

The "sim" wasn't designed to train them tactics at all. It was actually an exercise meant to train them to put up with the Army bullshit and make-work that will be their life for years to come. The point of the exercise was for him to build the ability to pretend it wasn't a waste of time, and he failed.


a71896  No.661489

>there are American anons here that don't play Antistasi in ARMA with their militias in preparation for gun confiscation

It doesn't replace range time or field exersices, but it does show how hard it is when tanks and CAS get involved. Its also a very good shitposting experience.


80c8d1  No.661492

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>661336

> His punishment was to spend a weekend carrying out guard duties at the 3 Rifles base at Redford Barracks in the Scottish capial.

That's not a punishment.

>>661345

>tfw joined army to do armashit

>tfw it turned out to be more fun than armashit when you are out, but even more boring than armashit when not

>>661413

Most faggots are too incompetent to use M&KB properly, so handing them a controller with very simple cawadooty controls makes it easier to get basics grunts to be able to move without Pvt. Bill raising his hand every three seconds asking how to kneel.

>>661453

Paintball has range issues, so nothing but close quarters.

Paintball behaves very differently from real guns, so training soldiers on paintball runs the risk that they will shoot the paintball way when TIC happens.

Paintball is not as cheap as you think. It costs less than real ammo, but that that point you can just use laser training equipment and not have to deal with all the issues above.

>>661473

Simulator time is usually very limited. They got resources (PCs and licenses) for one unit and one week. During that one week the commander probably had a list of scenarios to go through. Ruining a scenario wastes maybe 10 minutes (considering it's private contractors more like one hour) to rewind and continue.

They now have to hurry to get their list done and not get shat on by their own superiors.

>>661365

Depends a lot on what training they do. It usePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


eeee0c  No.661495

>>661418

Well how expensive can that be?

>>661475

Oh hey it you from /animu/ who posted direct links to huffpost and nytimes, fancy seeing you here too, faggot.

>>661492

>Simulator time is usually very limited. They got resources (PCs and licenses) for one unit and one week. During that one week the commander probably had a list of scenarios to go through. Ruining a scenario wastes maybe 10 minutes (considering it's private contractors more like one hour) to rewind and continue.

I'm sure those simulators are built to be more realistic in several ways, but would it be so much worse for the purpose of such training exercises to just buy ARMA or Squad? Must be a lot sure.


1337c1  No.661497

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>>661489

>exersices




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2066d5  No.491801[Reply]

The old ones have problems due to the great crash. And since my computer got fucked and had to be factory reset I'm asking for everyone to dump their full collection here so we can have a source of webms to last the ages here I have little to start with though.

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dfffe8  No.660896

File: 7e70b7a181aa0fb⋯.mp4 (1.86 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Laukaus Laukaus.mp4)

>>660859

Wow they actually have planes. I thought they had an air force without them, something like this video


65c072  No.660902

>>660901

Ah fuck this was supposed to go to qtddtot, I'm retarded.


799e83  No.660945

File: 517266deaf4b12e⋯.mp4 (15.78 MB, 346x196, 173:98, Sweden post.mp4)

More /pol/ than anything but still rage inducing


ed1f34  No.661065

File: 756852e8aa36e92⋯.webm (7.48 MB, 648x360, 9:5, Chernobyl_3828.webm)

oc


267892  No.661493

File: daed9af145fdba3⋯.webm (6.57 MB, 640x360, 16:9, DPRK.webm)

File: f8b401bff33eeee⋯.webm (9.33 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Props to Mr Kalashnikov.webm)




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41e274  No.546766[Reply]

Old thread will no longer bump back up to the first page, creating a new one.

Old thread >>530956

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0eab35  No.661283

>>661280

>All I need it to do is be able to kill deer-sized (at the max) 4 legged critters and scare away 2 legged ones

Mossberg maverick 88 for poorfaggery shotgun, move up to the 500 if you can afford to.


00e532  No.661294

>>661243

>Bakelite

Except they aren't Bakelite, they're AG-4S.


a331b9  No.661305

>>648236

my prob with 22lr for mouse gun ain't that its weak, IMO is plenty to do what you need.

Its that even the good ammo has reliability issues.

Its a rim-fire thing, I guess.

Then again, .25 apc is why too much for what it is, but SHOULD be near 100%


5ce71e  No.661423

File: a2cf91b86b9dd1a⋯.jpg (106.87 KB, 1000x904, 125:113, Big Think.jpg)

What would you guys say is the most versatile/decent all-around bird shot, if you could only stock up on one type? I was thinking perhaps #5 shot or #6 shot. I'm looking for something that I could stock up on that would be good enough for anything from hunting birds to small game/mammals.


561251  No.661491

File: 5f208beb677bc17⋯.pdf (555.9 KB, Carl Gustaf M3 ammunition ….pdf)

Does anyone happen to have video of the ADM 401 shell of the Carl Gustaf being fired? I have also heard it called the FFV 401.

I heard that it's quite literally just a 84mm flechette shot shell, scattering 1100 flechettes total. It's on the 6th page of this PDF.




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6d7f7b  No.614259[Reply]

you've been organizing the operation for months, now its time for shit to go down. what song plays in the background?

>music thread

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoty-weDtL0

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b603d4  No.661350

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.


19fdd9  No.661446

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

those commies knew how to compose good epic/war songs


8b0c20  No.661449

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


276d52  No.661450

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

If anything, Eurobeat has been put up there with German marches and Japanese marches in how much butthurt it causes.


df5c66  No.661487

File: 0e57fb7970cda9f⋯.mp4 (2 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Unsere Panzerdivision - Er….mp4)

>>661446

You're not wrong.




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6abce1  No.654902[Reply]

But did they foresee assault crossbows?

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64681e  No.661469

>>661464

And the colonial militias were obviously independent on the British government, because the ranks of the militia were filled by the average citizen. In other words, they were fucking civilians with guns. That was the fucking point - they weren't professional soldiers, because if they were, they would be part of the British fucking Army and would be helping put down the revolt.


96d526  No.661472

>>661469

>In other words, they were fucking civilians with guns. That was the fucking point - they weren't professional soldiers, because if they were, they would be part of the British fucking Army and would be helping put down the revolt.

They were in the service of the colonies because there was no British army there, but they were still subservient to the British overlords. And not just them, French and Spanish colonialist did the same thing. In times of war, the militias would fight for their European overlords, the citizens of Boston for example were British subjects and were fighting for Britain.

The American Revolutionary war broke out because the British thought the colony of Massachusetts was getting way to rowdy, was placed under martial law under the direct control of the British military, and because they had planned to seize the armory of the local militias since they knew they were no longer loyal to Parliament or the king, but the underground government of Mass. run by John Adams. This is what the battle of Lexington and Concord was, the British army realizing that the colonial militia, which was to serve them, had gone rogue and potentially might fight against them.


64681e  No.661476

>>661472

They were quite literally civilians.

>"Soldiers who came from Pennsylvania were usually laborers. The surviving muster rolls show that about sixty percent of the soldiers listed were laborers. The remaining forty percent were either artisans or skilled workers. The majority of the artisans from the Pennsylvania colony worked in the cloth, wood, or leather trades. Most of the artisans were cloth workers, while the remainder came from the cooper and carpentry trades."

In other words, not professional soldiers. Civilians with guns, given some training, and unleashed on the enemy when there was a problem. They were formally subservient to the brits (every citizen is theoretically subservient to the government), but de facto independent, as can be clearly seen. The point of this is that a tyrannical government usually treats its troops well or at least carefully selects them so that only those loyal get to be armed, whereas when you just have a muster of civvies, you can't do that - they come from all walks of life and from all manner of backgrounds. That's why they were supposed to be the safeguard of the freedom of the country - because if the majority of the people decided the government was tyrannical, then it would also have the majority of the armed forces on its side.


96d526  No.661480

>>661476

I know they werent professional soldiers, I never said they were. They always were, and still are, reservist.

>A militia, by definition, is composed of civilians who have taken up arms. National Guards clearly aren't civilians. Furthermore, the second amendment clearly implies that a proper militia should also turn against the government when necessary, therefore isn't part of the government but is at least semi-independent from it.

Back to this original statement, yes, the militia should turn against the government if its evil and be at least semi-independent. This means the individual states have a right to resist an over encroaching federal government. Iowa can tell the President of the US and Congress to fuck off and use the Iowa National Guard to defend themselves for example. Theres this idea among gun rights people that militia only ever means civilians banding together with their own guns to fight a corrupt government as they see it when this isnt at all true. Yes, there can be militias outside the NG, but the NG is the 'official' milita.

The whole point of the second amendment and the bill of rights in general was an after thought for the constitution. Before that, we were a confederacy, but it sucked shit so The Federalist party decided to create a stronger national government at the expense of state autonomy. The Anti-Federalist feared this, so they included the Bill of Rights to ensure the rights and protections they fought the British for in case this new national government violated them to, so the militia means the state has a right to defend itself from an evil US government if the need arises. They still act as reservist for the US though, which is why the National Guard fights in places like Afghanistan.


114176  No.661484

>>661480

>The whole point of the second amendment and the bill of rights in general was an after thought for the constitution. Before that, we were a confederacy, but it sucked shit so The Federalist party decided to create a stronger national government at the expense of state autonomy. The Anti-Federalist feared this, so they included the Bill of Rights to ensure the rights and protections they fought the British for in case this new national government violated them to, so the militia means the state has a right to defend itself from an evil US government if the need arises

you fucked up the details of that. the articles of confederation basically had the federal government with limited power and no ability to enforce it. when reforming the government and building the framework of the constitution the bill of rights were in no way an after thought. once they agreed of the wording of the constitution to vote on it, they then immediately added the bill of rights. the express purpose of the bill of rights was to enshrine natural law into mans law for the nations protection against the state.

then again none of this matters too much since every single one of the bill of rights have been practically nullified by legislation and most people are so ignorant of the most basic understanding they they cant even list off the entire first amendment.




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db59c2  No.654796[Reply]

Potentially bullshit/autistic scenario:

>Peak oil has occurred, daily life has reverted back to localized communities and localized production.

>Few large cities/settlements remain

>Mass exoduses from former petro-states to the west results in conflict

>Shit has gone on for so long that modern weapons are either running out of ammunition, or being lost due to attrition (humor me on this one! Apply copious amounts of bullshitium). Black powder weapons are now being used.

>Personal communication devices and NODs no longer work due to lack of batteries or the ability to charge them (not sure if this is accurate or not…)

How does Strelok fight a war in this scenario? I have heard some on craptube say that "armies would revert back to mass formations and lines of battle" but that seems idiotic and suicidal. Fire and maneuver with muzzle loaders or bolt action rifles with black powder loads might also be problematic.

And what would be the most advanced weapon that could use black powder? Rifled muskets? Bolt action rifles? I personally suspect that semi/full-autos are out of the question - the fouling from the black powder would foul up the action. You might get a couple of shots off but then it would need to be cleaned.

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cd48a8  No.661330

>>654924

LIQUID

FLOURIDE

THORIUM

REACTORS

!!!!!!!


13ce23  No.661394

File: 4ce5ec1137ec8d7⋯.webm (7.68 MB, 504x336, 3:2, PEAR - Princeton Universi….webm)

>>661328

I forgot about PEAR.

If you can control probability, then you can miniaturize probability based energy sources like nuclear.

I would classify this as aether tech, as it alters the fabric of reality.


bbeeb2  No.661411

File: b3aa7fcc9ac6e7f⋯.png (187.56 KB, 678x556, 339:278, This thread in a nutshell.png)


39ee6a  No.661451

File: 6cfaa7da7499fd2⋯.jpg (35.1 KB, 501x368, 501:368, lord_deliver_me_from_this_….jpg)

>this whole fuckin thread


000000  No.661481

>>661411

Just reported you to the police




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78847d  No.660866[Reply]

Isn't the BO an australian? Does that mean since he was banned by his own country, we have no BO? General meta thread I guess?

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37ec5d  No.661179

>>661178

Mossad connections.


899132  No.661198

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>>661104

>>661099

>Ask BO repeatedly to let me ban muttspammer

>нет

>Makes the olive boy a mod the one time I'm out fucking around instead of shitposting here


37ec5d  No.661233

>>661198

>yfw Ausmod was working with Spergkike the entire time


d34911  No.661455

File: 60fbe722c508824⋯.jpg (51.37 KB, 400x532, 100:133, Ausmodeus.jpg)

>>661233

>>yfw Ausmod was working with Spergkike the entire time

What did you expect from Ausmodeus, Lord of the Nine Hells?


ff4929  No.661474

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12f1fc  No.655729[Reply]

Ruger, LCP II. How did I do? Is this a good starter pistol? My friend already told me it's a lady gun, so fuck if I know. I don't know anything about guns, lol. I'm just waiting on everything to clear so I can bring it home.

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3325d8  No.659798

>>659767

>Go PTR

Only problems I've had with my PTR were due to magazines. PTR is the way to go even if you have to modify the stanag claw mounts a bit to get them to fit.


37d583  No.659949

>>659771

>Train with X to prepare yourself for when you need to use Y

ebin advice


d5aa16  No.661261

>>655750

PS-WHAT YOU REALLY NEED NOW IS A MOSSBERG 500 COMBO, WITH BOTH 28" AND SECURITY SHORT BARREL.

MANY RANGES WONT ALLOW SHORT SHOTGUNS.

REM 870 used TO BE NICER IMO BUT REM WENT TO SHIT AFTER JEWS BOUGHT IT, ASK ANYONE BUT LEAVE OUT THE "JEWS" BIT SINCE MOST GUN SHOP BOOMERS ARE CUCKS.

MOSS 500 IS BASICALLY SAME AS US ARMY USES, NUFF SAID.


358dff  No.661468

>>659949

Assuming a limited budget, it's more beneficial to develop good shooting technique and shoot more often than it is worry about what is very likely a negligible point of impact shift and have less practice as a result.

It might not even matter in the case of OP. A lot of .380 JHP fails to reach expansion threshold, so many opt to carry FMJ instead.

>>655729

These are all fantastic things to wonder about before you buy a gun.

>>655750

>>655768

>>661261

is this secretly an ARFcom larp thread?


fad1fe  No.661478

>>661468

I don't know how much of a mistake that first reply was anon. It very well could have been a boomer who found 8ch through one of the recent media reportings. Prob the next DNC mailbomber.




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0a024c  No.510496[Reply]

So, in the prepping general thread a new Zeemaps was created just for /8/k/pol/ (old one was cluttered as fuck). Tag yourselves with a codename and a secure email, get to networking.

Other options include joining state constitutional militias (PA State Militia is unironic and legit, look into yours or start your own).

Avoid any group that advocates 'first strike' or violence as it is likely a honeypot.

Also /meadhall/ isn't dead, yet. Though they are more likely /pol/ than /k/.

Nuggetfests are good to get to know your fellow /k/ommandos.

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6bac2d  No.645918

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dc0c84  No.652912

Hit me up

When the time Comes

Which is bound to come soon ,

Gothenburg


dc0c84  No.652915

>>652912

War Very soon ¨´´

Late This Year, Or On New Year

World War Three,

Gothenburg


e0ffa6  No.661461

>>645452

need fresh link, please

also need link to the honeypot ran by that aussie madman


2c3383  No.661483

File: ffb6a8feb41d509⋯.jpg (3.85 KB, 150x150, 1:1, 118251642661731.jpg)

>putting your location and personal pictures on imageboards

What the fuck XD you all deserve to get blackbagged. If you don't want to stalk alone make some friends in real life instead of trying to hook up on websites monitored by the government let alone that there's a very naked chance that your nearest "/k/ommando" could be a glownigger. Absolutely unacceptable.




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25396f  No.640790[Reply]

Hello /k/ in your opinion what uniform is the most aestheticly pleasing? In my opinion I say that the uniform of the katanga gendarmerie and the uniforms that the u.s wore during the vietnam war.

So post cool looking uniforms and explain why they look cool.

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6bc4f6  No.658864

>>658859

Because between training exercises you have a shit ton of down time which is spent going to formations and doing stupid online training to appease bunch of high ranking assholes.


2c528f  No.658906

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>>656274

Nice face-net.


933c72  No.658992

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1002cf  No.661420

>>658992

So brightly-colored…


d503ce  No.661452

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Cossacks




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